Learn how to create music by utilizing the most portable and unique instrument that you have: your voice.
Be Self-Reliant In Production
Have Better Understanding of Your Own Voice
Boost Your Confidence In Your Own Voice
Learn How to Stack Vocals and Utilize Vocal Production Sounds In Your Songs
Create Tailored Sounds for Yourself
Get Fundamental Understanding of Popular Song Structure
Become More Efficient At Turning Vocal Ideas Into Songs
Create Music Anytime & Anywhere Just Using Your Voice
Percussion instruments are easily one of the most important inclusions to any musical genre.
They help keep rhythm while assisting the listener in connecting and properly responding/dancing to musical compositions. Instruments of percussion, especially hands, are some of the oldest instruments in the world.
Percussion is glue that can blend and hold all the other instruments together, and aid in creating one cohesive sound. They are the pulse and heartbeat that make songs living things.
In this episode, you will learn how to create percussive beats just using your voice and your hands.
A melody can be defined as a sequence of single notes that are musically pleasing to the listener. It’s the part of a song which is most memorable and is often referred to as the tune.
Harmony is the combination of simultaneously sounded musical notes, also known as chords, to produce a pleasing effect, in support of the melody.
In this section you will learn how to use melodies and harmonies in music to tell stories and give audiences
something to remember and connect with through verse, chorus, and bridge vocal lines.
The Baseline is a musical element we can not only hear, but literally feel. It reaches out and stimulates us. Just as we physically feel percussion and obey when it commands us to dance, bass has the power to make us move, while also supporting the main melodies and harmonies of a song.
Bass is unique because it forms a bridge between rhythm and melody, accentuating both while tying the riffs and patterns of the other instruments together into a single, cohesive whole.
In this episode, you will learn how to create your own baseline that complements the song you’ve been creating in the first 2 episodes.
A strong structure can help your song really shine and reach your listeners effectively! When done well, it prevents music from becoming a mess of incoherent thoughts and melodies jumbled together in an endless stream of consciousness. Strong song structure keeps the listeners attention and interests and protects the audience from boredom.
You don’t have to reinvent the wheel in order to be creative. Think of the most common types of song structures as universally agreed upon roadmaps for your songs. Help your audiences understand where the song is going, or use your understanding of their expectations to surprise them.
In this episode, you will learn how to structure your song in a way that your listeners can easily follow.
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Q. What was the most useful thing that you learned?
A. "That I'm the music. I now start tracks with my voice first rather than searching for loops and beats. I start with me then add instrumentations to supplement. I am not using beats as a crutch to writing anymore."
Q. What is one thing you enjoyed the most?
A. '' I loved that KAMAUU didn't try to be anything he wasn't and delivered great content while doing it!''
Q. Did the course make you think differently about a certain topic?
A. '' I made me reflect a lot on the format of songs and why they are structured a certain way for an intentional effect''
Q. To whom would you recommend this course?
A. '' I recommend this course to anyone interested in learning how to create tangible beats with limited equipment. Someone who wants to get started making music and has ideas in their head but doesn't play instruments so they feel limited. This class will help make people realize there is music in all of us and will give us straightforward tools to get it out. I really believe in this course and its potential.''
A. '' I recommend this course to anyone interested in learning how to create tangible beats with limited equipment. This class will help make people realize there is music in all of us and will give us straightforward tools to get it out. I really believe in this course and its potential.''
Washington, D.C. native Kamau Mbonisi Kwame Agyeman (KAMAUU) could be referred to as a singer and rapper, but his inclination for sound play as much as word play — inspired by African music, doo wop, and hip-hop alike — demonstrates that he’s a vocalist more so than either specific distinction. Of the many unique characteristics of his sound, KAMAUU has become most known for his detailed and distinctive approach to lead & background vocals, vocal layering, adlibs, and vocal production. His voice is lent to every aspect of song making. It’s traces can be found anywhere in a song from production melody to percussion to transitions.
With this eccentric approach and style, KAMAUU has drawn the love of an international, and growing, following, and gone to perform & collaborate with globally known and respected brands and individuals, (such as Red Bull, NPR, Christine and the Queens, AfroPunk, Coachella, Complex, etc.) on the road of self and musical evolution.
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Intro to Vocal Production course is designed to help people interested and ready to start vocally producing, like you. Our content is actionable and guides you from idea to strong and flushed out rough production drafts. Along the way you’ll also gain a deeper understanding of the elements and structure of songs.
This course is designed to be completed at your own pace. We do provide a community environment where you can communicate and share with other students and I, however, that is optional. You get lifetime access to the course content and our community where you can also see content and commentary from other students from the present and past.
Any major DAW (Desktop Audio Workstation) of your choice like Logic Pro, Garage Band, FL Studio, Reason, Adobe Audition & Ableton will be more than enough for the course. In terms of microphones, USB microphone or condenser mic connected an audio interface will be recommended. There is a section in the course where we cover recommended budget-friendly microphones you can start out with.
This course won’t promise you a successful career, but it will provide you with tools that will help you become more self sufficient and capable of creating ideas and production on your own whenever you want/need to.
You don’t need to be a pro at either, but this course is for people with some (beginner/intermediate) experience in both singing, and production (familiarity with music production DAW’s like Logic, Garageband, Ableton, Fruityloops, etc. is preffered).
Yes, our courses were designed with you in mind! They will help you hone idea cultivation skills and show your more ways to utilize your voice for production elements outside of singing.